2015 Flow Solite Coiler Mens Boot Overview
Hey there. Welcome to the Morning Shred brought to you by snowboards.com. I'm Jenna. This is Tim from Flow and we're going to talk about the Flow Solite Boot.
Who's this boot really for? Well, the Solite is for that guy that truly is concerned with weight. As you can feel, just holding it, this is by far one of the lightest boots I've ever held in my hand. Performance-wise, it's from that entry-level guy definitely all the way up to a strong intermediate or even advanced level rider that likes a soft boot. Maybe somebody who's in the park all the time, that kind of thing. As you can see, there's some cool features on the boot itself. The one-piece toe design that's kind of becoming a staple for all the Flow boots as we move forward, you know, very, very durable. No stitching going across the front.
Boa Coiler meaning that it recoils into itself making it real easy to get in and out of the boots and also to close them up. On the inside you have a nice lightweight EVA foam, a closed cell foam. Liner that has a little Velcro in the toes in the tongue area so that the tongue doesn't twist around and move on you while you're flexing into it and an internal harness that really locks the heel down into place. You simply pull on that, lock this thing down and there's a little garage in here where you can put this piece. But really the biggest feature of the Solite other than the Boa Coiler would have to be the weight, I mean, as you can see, it's very, very lightweight design. Very cool looking, clean, kind of catches your eye with the little yellow on there.
And I like how just how protected the cable is kind of further down. It's obviously Boa has a lifetime warranty on it but for those who, as you mentioned before, rest their board on the boot... Board on the toe, yea. Everything's kind of up and out of the way or fully protected from any kind of damage. Absolutely. I mean, you know, like I was saying earlier, we've been working with Boa since they came about and just a great company to work with for sure. And like you said, lifetime warranty on the parts, you don't have to worry about it. You're more likely to break a lace then you are to break a Boa at this point. You're really dialed in.
Well, make sure to check out the Solite on snowboards.com and thanks for watching the Morning Shred.